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Black Sabbath


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4.24 | 1034 ratings

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2 stars Their first full album showing a very dark pictorial atmosphere on the album cover is very truthful to the actual song(s)-- The opening song is reflective of the cover.

The rest of the album is not in the same theme though and leaves their sound open ended and lacking the distance. It reveals hidden drug use early in trying to become a professional group and a question to the common sense in how the lead vocalist became the lead, meaning they were not that poor or else illicit drug use would not have been a problem.

Overall the album is at most 3 stars and can vary from 1-3 stars. I don't support island individuals in any mainland based distance-- this album will fall short in observing the reference.

In giving the one star it is for collectors only nothing is new here, to say island based individuals came up with a genre of sound is saying mainland individuals were cannibals to our shared ancestors known as servants.

These island individuals are in perversion through all their albums. The reviewers should all get together and call it Island prog related.

Once more this is not progressive music it is performance based-- styled/themed. The problems this group has had are in this reflection. I would exchange their album any day of the week for a home--people will have to put things into perspective. Performances are not legends they are a continuation of the show.

The vinyl copy is two stars while the compact disc lacks full sound and receives one star.

thewickedfall | 2/5 |


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